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GREG ROBBINS (SG/SF) Committed to Richmond
Tuesday, 29 April 2008
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Rating:  
Name:  Greg Robbins
Position:  SG/SF
Height:  6-4
Weight:  195
Year:  2009 
Class:  High School
School:  Lower Merion (PA)
AAU:  Team Kobe
PPG:  17.6
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Analysis:
Greg is a skilled forward.  He's a good ball handler and excellent passer.  He has good size.  His has a decent jumper, but needs to develop more consistency.  The biggest question with him is not so much how will he develop, but rather what position he will grow into.  He could continue becoming a good skilled wing player or he could become a superb power forward.
 
 

Interest:   

Team  Offer  Commitment
 Siena  Yes  None
 St. Joe's  Yes  None
 Villanova  Yes  None
 Florida St.  Yes  None
 Maryland  Yes  None
 Michigan  Yes  None
 Richmond  Yes  Verbal
 Syracuse  Yes  None
 Virginia  Yes  None

 

 
 

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Game Analysis:

Donofrio Classic (3/30/06) 

Robbins is yet another nationally recognized freshman.  He is similar to Pepper in terms of ball handling and athletic ability as well as size.  Robbins appears to be a better passer, which should come as no surprise when he had teammates such a Williamson and Brooks to pass to all season long.  Robbins’ game is not quite at their level yet, but he’s not far behind.  That is quite impressive since both are probably capable of playing D1 basketball next year (although rumor has it they are headed to prep school).  Greg also showed the ability to knock down the three point shot, although he’s not as good a shooter as Pepper.

 

Last Updated ( Friday, 27 March 2009 )
 
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